Image credit here. Left image: Allegories of Music and Prudence (or Allegory of a Woman with Song Book, Viol, and Cat); Right image: Allegory of a Woman with Mirror, Snake, and a Pair of Deer. Hans Balding Grien, 1525, Oil on Wood.
You must admit that these two images have an interesting assemblage of props, which the titles reflect. Zuffi tells us that Grien often painted elegant female nudes in the company of symbolic animals.
Personally, I'm of course partial to the left image, as it contains one very large feline. Grien, unfortunately, did not leave behind information as to what exactly the cat was to symbolize.